Missing Piece: LaDainian Tomlinson Would Bring the Playoffs to Houston

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Houston Texans are not far away from competing with the high level franchises. They have multiple Pro Bowl players in quarterback Matt Schaub, receiver Andre Johnson, defensive end Mario Williams and linebacker Demeco Ryans. 
Although, Houston has yet to make the postseason in their eight-year franchise. 
In those eight years they have a 49-79 record, including a 25-23 record the past three.
This is an important off-season for the Texans, who hope to assure a playoff spot after barely missing it last season, finishing with a 9-7 record.
Houston has a great passing game with quarterback Matt Schaub, and one of the league's best receivers, Andre Johnson. On defense, Pro Bowlers Mario Williams and Demeco Ryans make this a tough defense to go against.
Though the biggest hole on this team is at running back. Steve Slaton looked to fit the part after his rookie season, finishing with 1,282 yards and nine touchdowns.
But his sophomore slump was extremely t...

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